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Provide better sound quality in your recordings by treating your space with common household items, and stop sounding shitty :)
Wow, never really crossed my mind to try that with random household stuff, thanks.
A very informative, fun and profesionally looking video. Even though I have no aspiration being a voice actor I would reckon this movie being handy to those who do.
But if I was a va starting out I wished it went a bit more indepth into other things as well.
For example some stuff I didnt know:
- If sound reflects from all sides but you have a one side mic does this mean you only have to barricade the wall on both opposites?
- Sound travels 3 dimensionally so logically a floor rug for 30 euro could also help?
- How much does that protector thing in front of the mic work. I see a lot of people having those but would been good to show the sound difference in that since most those guys still have to pronounce the "p's" not directly into the mic. So does that thing even work?
- Are there good editors programs out there in case you still have crap in your recording.
Other than that great video.
Nice work, very educational.
Funny and very educational, nice job!
One of the most helpful tutorials I've seen involving audio related conflicts - excellent! :D
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